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It has been an encouraging 12 months for the Midlands deals community as confidence returns, according to the Birmingham office of Gateley.
Gateley has expanded its London team with the appointment of two new partners. Craig Rattray joins the firm’s commercial, technology and media team and Steven Raize has been appointed to the firm’s corporate team.
Gateley has advised on the sale of plastic components company Fibracon Twin and its sister arm Insoll Components to Röchling Engineering Plastics.
The north-west sports sector is worth almost £6bn to the region’s economy, according to a Gateley research project.
According to William Ballmann, this ‘encouraging’ research bodes well for employment in the region.
Gateley’s Manchester office has welcomed four new lawyers to its private client team.
The Yorkshire and the Humber region has shown a steady recovery across a broad range of sectors, including hospitality.
Gateley has welcomed associate Joanne Sears and solicitors Becky Shepherd and Emma Taylor to its residential development team.
Gateley has advised East Midlands-based haulage, storage and logistics business Lockwood Holdings on a major shareholder restructuring deal.
Gateley has advised on a deal that saw Avignon Capital purchase the commercial assets of The School Yard, a Grade II-listed Victorian former school.
William Ballmann, chair of R3 in Yorkshire and partner at Gateley, has commented on the July–September England and Wales insolvency statistics.
The AGM followed the completion of a funding package for Point and Sandwick Power in September to fund what will be the largest community-owned wind farm in Scotland.
Employers need to prepare for a rapid increase in the number of couples using new shared parental leave legislation, according to experts at HBJ Gateley.
The move will reportedly allow the operation to continue its growth plans within Nottingham’s professional quarter.
Gateley’s William Ballmann has commented on research by R3 that has revealed that Yorkshire and the Humber is performing well across most sectors.
Gateley has hired Dan French as a partner in its corporate recovery team. French specialises in corporate recovery and restructuring.
Gateley has advised Wiggle, an online cycling and tri-sports retailer, on its commitment to a long-term lease of the Citadel Logistics Centre in Wolverhampton.
Gateley has advised on a deal that saw investment vehicle Ensco 1070 invest in Oxford United Football Club.
On 14 October, Gateley’s corporate recovery team will be holding the next in the series of its restructuring breakfast briefings.
For several years, HBJ Gateley has been providing legal advice to Point and Sandwick Power for its planned wind farm at Beinn Ghrideag, near Stornoway on Lewis.